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Systems Analysis - Tutorial Week 2 - Solution TUTORIAL SOLUTIONS TRUE/FALSE 1. ANS: T REF: 46 2. ANS: F REF: 38 3. ANS: F REF: 38 4. ANS: F REF: 46 5. ANS: T REF: 46 6. ANS: T REF: 45 7. ANS: F REF: 36 8. ANS: T REF: 45 9. ANS: T REF: 61 10. ANS: F REF: 52 MULTIPLE CHOICE 11. ANS: D REF: 38 12. ANS: B REF: 44 13. ANS: B REF: 45 14. ANS: D REF: 46 15. ANS: D REF: 47 16. ANS: D REF: 51 17. ANS: A REF: 46 18. ANS: C REF: 56 19. ANS: D REF: 37 20. ANS: C REF: 47 COMPLETION 21. ANS: project REF: 36 22. ANS: application REF: 45 23. ANS: waterfall REF: 39 24. ANS: analysis REF: 38 25. ANS: implementation REF: 38 26. ANS: planning REF: 38 27. ANS: implementation REF: 46 28. ANS: predictive REF: 37 29. ANS: Unified Process (UP) REF: 61-62 30. ANS: object-oriented approach REF: 56 REVIEW QUESTIONS 1) What are the six activities of the analysis phase? ANSWER: Gather information, define system requirements, build prototypes for discovery of requirements, prioritize requirements, generate and evaluate alternatives, and review recommendations with management. See pages 43 and 44 for a brief description of each. 2) Why is support not typically included in iterations? ANSWER: Iteration is the process of looping through the same analysis and design activities during various times to extract more detail in the analysis or to refine and extend the design and newly constructed system. Support begins when implementation is complete. 3) Describe the differences between models and tools. ANSWER: A model is a representation of some important aspect of the real world. A tool provides software support that helps create models or other components required in the project.
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